"Van Alebeek's disk is an interesting combination of site recordings and philosophy. Recorded earlier this year in Berlin-Dresden-Wuppertal it opens with a triptych of short pieces that sound like someone driving around hearing fireworks there are bangs, whizzes, some crowd noises and a terminal 'wow'. The second track has a motor humming, steps and an interference buzz, some crowds and then a woman (Barbara Gessner) reads a letter about recordings and then disgust at their country's war... Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Rinus_Van_Alebeek/Kulissen_Abriss/
Snippets of everyday life with a strange and weird warmth. Beyond field recordings, Rinus punches holes through the fabric of time. Recorded in in Berlin, Dresden, and Wuppertal, Germany. Rinus is an itinerant writer-sound collector, currently residing in Italy in a small village with no phone nor internet. Topic: Found Sounds
Rinus Van Alebeek is a writer, sound artist and performer born in The Netherlands in 1956. He has published two books in his native country under the pseudonym of Philip Markus, the first of which, published in 1991, was awarded best first novel. His approach to musical improvisation is seen as radical, based on sounds captured on his travels in and outside Europe. Rinus Van Alebeek records, composes and performs with analogue equipment. During his concerts he mixes tapes thus creating powerful... Topics: field recordings, other, experimental
Rinus Van Alebeek reports in from his global wanderings with a collection of field recordings organized into "pop" tunes. Recorded in Spain, Germany, The Netherlands, Italy and Louisville, Kentucky. Track 14 includes Rinus listing the track titles and explaining each track. Topic: Field Recordings Source: Rinus Van Alebeek
Though I had images of a portual town as Graham Greene visited on his travels, I doubted very much if 'Port SaÃ¯d' would have been the right title. I also thought of 'Cargo.' I am surprised by the calmness of the piece, and a feeling of warm summer days. At some points it feels like walking through narrow winding streets. Some of the tapes I used in this radio performance contained snippets of conversations, meetings, evenings with friends, all bringing back memories that lay dormant on one... Topics: tape music, field recordings, experimental
Interview by Rinus van Alebeek on growing up in the Jordaan in Amsterdam in the seventies, on being a fckn bstrd, on favourite animals, cassette culture and much more Topics: peter zincken, o.d.a.l., rinus van alebeek, staalplaat, willy alberti, tante leen, johnny jordaan,...
Part of the CONSUME BUY 2006 series of limited run cdrs that were available only during 2006, then promptly discontinued. Coverstory Thanks for receiving this cd. Ciao jazzclub comes with a handmadecover, and a handmade inlay. For those who would like to store their cd in a slimcase/jewelcase, we have asked some friends to design covers, that you are free to print. You are free to use Tibor´s pictures of the artist residence and its location to design a cover. The characters in our coverstory... Topics: field recordings, other
Jeudi Pop (Anne Cecile Rouxel, Rinus van Alebeek), a combination of musique concrete and electropunkpop, might seem an odd combination of two genres that at first 'sight' appear completely opposed to each other. Those who listen more close will discover that Jeudi Pop brings together again the aspects of experimental music that once were united in the works of Luc Ferrari: ambiental recordings, melodies, voices and atmospheric compositions. Jeudi Pop sees itself as a continuation of Luc... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Philip Markus, geert jan lubberhuizenprijs, staalplaat, jeudi pop, rinus van alebeek, nincaleece,...
by:such:, Ian Linter, Rinus van Alebeek, Anton Mobin
[offb017] :such:, Ian Linter, Rinus van Alebeek, Anton Mobin - Four Solos Created in May 2009, "A Maïzing session with..." is a radio show broadcasted on the KKWNE webradio dedicated to live improvised music and organised at the Maïzing Studio in Paris, by Anton Mobin. The program is established according to the meeting of several artists who come on tour to Paris. In the first season (May 2009-May 2010), "A Maïzing session with..." was 13 radio shows with 22... Topics: :such:, Ian Linter, Rinus van Alebeek, Anton Mobin, OFF/BRUMA, A MÃ¤izing session
byAnton Mobin , Denis Mac Carty , Lain , Manecante , El Gusano Rojo , Sawatzki , Svetomusika Lab , Rinus Van Alebeek , Adrian Shephard
H.A.K. Lo-Fi Record n.208 GRAND FOUTOIR #5 LIVE AT NK, BERLIN Recorded Live at NK (Berlin) in January 2010 Mixed at the Maizing Studio (Paris) in May 2010 by Anton Mobin "LE GRAND FOUTOIR" is a game of improvisation pulled in dices, guided by a "referee". It takes part in the regular events organized by the collective H.A.K. For the fifth edition, Le Grand foutoir had settled down in NK, Berlin Neukolln on the delicious invitation of Julian Percy. This session was... Topics: Improvisation, H.A.K. Lo-Fi Record, Berlin, Dices, referee, radio on, kkwne, collaboration, noise,...